COLLEGE OF EDUCATION'S DEAN IS ELECTED TO STATE, CITY BOARDS
William H. Graves, dean of Old Dominion University's Darden College of Education, recently was elected to two boards of directors at the statewide and city levels.
He will serve on the board of Young Audiences of Virginia, a statewide nonprofit organization that strives to keep the arts a basic part of education. All programs created in this unique partnership between educators and artists are designed to: tie directly to core curriculum and Virginia's Standards of Learning; use the arts as an innovative teaching tool; demonstrate the specified art form in a performance setting; cultivate understanding and interest in the art form; include creative interaction between the artist and the audience; and provide age-appropriate experiences.
Graves' second appointment, by the Norfolk City Council, is to the Norfolk Community Services Board.The appointment is for a two-year term ending in 2008. The organization provides treatment and rehabilitation services in the areas of mental health, mental retardation and substance abuse to more than 8,800 city residents.
This article was posted on: July 28, 2006
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